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The Private Supply of Public Goods: Contradictions, Challenges and Choices?
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2006-02-01)
My task is to evoke some of the themes of this forum, both explicit and implicit. Giving a speech a title helps to focus the speaker's mind, so my title is The Private Supply of Public Goods: Contradictions, Challenges and ...
Open and Distance Learning in Small States: Which Models?
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2006-01-11)
What I shall do is to look at the field of distance education generally and ask what has changed and what has not changed since 1989. This will lead me to comment directly on my subject, namely the appropriate models for ...
Developing a Common Wealth of Learning: Selected speeches of Sir John Daniel and colleagues
(commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2006)
Part of the mission of the Commonwealth of Learning is to show intellectual leadership in the application of technology to learning. Although electronic communication is fast becoming a vehicle of choice for the discourse ...
Using ICT to Increase Participation and Strengthen Democracy
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2006-11-01)
In this lecture I wish to build on the "Foundations" in your theme - Achieving Development Goals: Innovation, Learning, Collaboration, and Foundations - focus on how information and communication technology can be harnessed ...
Remarks to the Commonwealth Youth Ministers Meeting
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2006-05-19)
Transcript of remarks to the Commonwealth Youth Ministers Meeting, 19 May 2006, The Bahamas. Written by: Helena Fehr, Commonwealth of Learning. Presented by: Ignatius Takawira, CYP Director.
Learning for Development
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2006-10-31)
My task in the next few minutes is to set the scene for this conference. Although today is the opening ceremony, hundreds of colleagues around the globe have already been taking part in PCF4 for several months through four ...
What Has COL Done To Help You Achieve Your Goals?
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2006-12-12)
It is a pleasure to tell you about some of the things that the Commonwealth of Learning has helped you achieve in the last three years and to present COL's programme of work for 2006-09.
The Gender Dimension of Open and Distance Learning
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2006-11-02)
The Fourth Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open and Distance Learning is an important opportunity for all of us engaged in Open and Distant Learning to reaffirm our commitment to the provision of education for all and to gauge ...
eLearning in Open Learning: Sacred Cow, Trojan Horse, Scapegoat or Easter Bunny?
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2006-12-10)
Thank you for inviting me to make a short contribution to this 16 th CCEM Stakeholders Conference and the theme of Learning Support, Materials and Technology. // I have prepared these remarks with my colleagues Paul West ...
Breaking New Ground in Open Learning
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2006-04-10)
Transcript and slides of closing remarks at the Virtual University for Small States of the Commonwealth, 2nd Strategy Meeting for Interlocutors and Institutional Managers, Singapore, 10-13 April 2006. Presented by Sir John ...